Guide to managing transitions in care

CYP Now has compiled a guide to managing transitions in care in partnership with Halliwell Homes.
Read the full article on this link to Children & Young People Now

Non-parental care in childhood and health up to 30 years later: ONS Longitudinal Study 1971–2011

Background Children who spend time in non-parental care report worse health later in life on average, but less is known about differences by type of care. We examined whether self-rated health of adults who...

Care leavers ‘likely to suffer poor health 30 years later’

A joint study by University College London (UCL) and King’s College London analysed the data from 350,000 people who self-reported their health after 10, 20 and 30 years. Adults who lived in residential...

Category - Outcomes/Policy

Care experienced children

The Robertson Trust has published a report evaluating MCR Pathways, a school-based mentoring programme for care-experienced and disadvantaged children and young people in Scotland which aims to improve school attendance, participation and...